I thought some of you might find the brief e-mail exchange below amusing. A spammer signed up for the lowest-priced account and immediately began sending bulk pyramid-scheme e-mail out.
At 07:04 PM 12/8/2001, you wrote:
I am sorry I violated your policy but to accuse me of steeling someone's credit card is insulting and unwarranted.
In a message dated Sat, 8 Dec 2001 9:00:54 PM Eastern Standard Time, Travis <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Your QWK.Net account has been terminated for violating our policies on
> unsolicited commercial e-mail. If you have used a stolen credit card to
> obtain this account, have the courtesy to inform us so that we may inform
> the rightful card owner.
> Travis Burnside, QWK.Net, LLC
> email@example.com - http://www.qwk.net
> Please, quote all relevant replies in correspondence.
Her e-mail address is DivaKarole@aol.com
if you'd like to give her a taste of some unsolicited mail of your own.